Tom Ford‘s fashion show took place in Hollywood on Friday evening, but it didn’t start until Jennifer Lopez arrived. The Gossip Table has the inside scoop as to why Tom Ford waited for JLo to appear and not for Beyonce and Jay Z.
She might still be Jenny from the block but Jennifer Lopez is anything but the girl next door. Jennifer’s glamorous style evolution over the past twenty years makes her the perfect choice for Transformation Tuesday! At 45, Jennifer seems to be hotter than ever, wearing an incredible, cleavage bearing gown to this years Golden Globe Awards and nearly stealing the entire show. While her style is high glam now – that hasn’t always been the case. Remember her bedazzled bandana she wore to match Puffy? Or high heeled Timberlands? But Jennifer is all glam now, wearing incredible gowns and over the top hairstyles that only JLo could pull off. And she’s only getting better!
Check out Jennifer’s style transformation in the gallery above!
Actors venturing into singing — and vice versa — is nothing new. What’s really worth talking about is which talent reigns supreme in some of the most famous double (?) threats. We know, we know: You’ve spent many Saturday nights debating with friends over beers about whether Supernova Icon Goddess Mandy Moore is a better singer or actress. But relief is coming — and not just for the “Candy”/A Walk to Remember chanteuse. We’ve examined 15 celebrities who, on the surface, are equally as good (or, erm, bad) at singing and acting. Read more…
I have a dark secret I need to get off my chest: I still freaking love American Idol. But that’s neither here nor there. The important thing is that you watch this glorious clip from the first round of auditions in Keith Urban‘s hometown of Nashville. When Idol hopeful Michael Simeon stepped in front of judges with THOSE BLUE EYES (#swoon) to sing Sam Smith’s “Stay With Me,” he crooned his way into the hearts of every single person in America. But he was just getting started.
Jennifer Lopez considers a Vegas residency after making $410,000 on New Years Eve, HBO announces a new documentary on Frank Sinatra commemorating his 100th birthday, Wiz Khalifa‘s new video for “Raw” comes with a warning and more on First Dibs.
Some of our favorite pop stars weren’t timid about turning up the heat in their music videos this year. Nicki Minaj steamed up the jungle (and other things) when she gave Drake a rousing lap dance, J.Lo yachted with a dozen chiseled papis—and went cheek-to-cheek with Iggy Azalea, and T.I. vacationed in Rio with a gaggle of beauties (none of whom were mediocre, of course). 2014 was a memorable year for sexy videos, indeed.
2014 was one wild ride for Jennifer Lopez. The superstar proved 45 never looked so good, and continued to mesmerize us with her slammin’ bod and killer booty. A momma on a mission, she added hits like “Booty” and “First Love” to ever-expanding music repertoire and released her heartfelt memoir True Love. Regardless of the highs, lows and as we can imagine, ridiculously packed schedule, we could always count on J.Lo to look her absolute best and wow us with her glow.
Jennifer Lopez thinks dating younger guys is no big deal, Mariah Carey cries and loses a shoe during a performance, Miley Cyrus covers folk icon Melanie‘s “Look What They’ve Done” and more on Last Lap.
By Chris Carpenter (@chriscarplive)
Last year—after many grueling hours of scientific research and consultations with booty experts—we compiled a list of the 15 greatest songs about butts. However, with so much booty in this world (right, Kim Kardashian?) we think it’s time to wow you with 20 more great songs about butts. (Jingle, jingle. Christmas came early, booty lovers.) While our original list is still pretty great (awesome, even) – we regretfully left out a few wondrous jams dedicated to juicy derrieres. The booties were super sad about that. Our bad! And being alive during a booty-obsessed year (right, Amber Rose?)—where Jason Derulo begged butts worldwide to do some wiggling and J.Lo and Iggy Azeala’s moneymakers went cheek-to-cheek in the steamy “Booty” video—it’s only right that we pay homage to newfangled, booty-inspired, musical masterpieces. So. Many. Bums.